from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A pendulum.
  • noun A standard clock, especially one forming an ornamental object, as part of a chimney-set.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun rare A pendulum.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun obsolete A pendulum.


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  • Toute biscornue elle ressemble a une pendule a remonter le temps!

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  • C'est en la regardant et en regardant ensuite l'heure sur la pendule que ca a tilté!

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  • Aussi, je suis retourné au magasin acheter ma pendule ENFIN!!

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  • Oui j'ai craqué sur une pendule tres "alice au pays des merveilles"!

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  • I found myself in a salon with a very well-painted, highly varnished floor; chairs and sofas covered with white draperies, a green porcelain stove, walls hung with pictures in gilt frames, a gilt pendule and other ornaments on the mantelpiece, a large lustre pendent from the centre of the ceiling, mirrors, consoles, muslin curtains, and a handsome centre table completed the inventory of furniture.

    The Professor, by Charlotte Bronte

  • Surtout qu'elle avait une montre plus grosse que le bras a son poignet et une pendule a sa gauche!

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  • Ca n'empeche que la en ecrivant cette note j'ecoute du Punk et on en chie pas une pendule.

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  • And then, taking a knife from his pocket, he cut the pendule off, leaving a bit of torn cloth on the side of his jacket.

    Tales of all countries

  • My eye instantly perceived that the one pendule was still missing from his jacket.

    Tales of all countries

  • Allez youste on va pas chier une pendule pour trois trou du cul qu'on peur de la solitude!

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